Liberty university educ 648 quiz 2.docx

 

Liberty University EDUC 648 QUIZ 2.DOCX

·         Question 1

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Which of the following statement is accurate?

·         Question 2

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Prior to the years of equal sharing of the burden of taxation a person’s place of residence and the extent to which he or she invested in real property were major factors in the calculation of his or her burden in financing education.

·         Question 3

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With regard to funding public education, the federal government is designed to:

·         Question 4

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Equity as it relates to educational opportunity is considered synonymous with equality

·         Question 5

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Identify which of the statements below would be included among the advantages of using the weighted-pupil method to approach equity in school finance.

·         Question 6

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Which of the following items is specifically mentioned as one of the components that would NOT be a benefit to society from an elementary education experience?

·         Question 7

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In the early history of the United States many of the individual states were slow in accepting major responsibility for financing public schools.  Consequently:

·         Question 8

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Which of the methods listed below would be a viable way to measure the ability of school districts to raise funds for any or all purposes?

·         Question 9

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The landmark court ruling of Serrano v. Priest (1971) did a lot to establish fiscal neutrality.  Which of the following was included in the Serrano ruling?

·         Question 10

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Which of the following is a reason given for increasing costs of education?

·         Question 11

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Equality for children should be more concerned with equality of input than with equality of output in the education process.

·         Question 12

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Under the ability principle of taxation, the wealthy pay more for the services of government, and therefore incur a greater burden than those who are less affluent.

·         Question 13

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In using assessed valuation for the determination of property tax, 20 mills would be equal to the decimal equivalent of .002.

·         Question 14

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In Serrano v. Priest (1971), the principle of fiscal neutrality was established. This principle affirms that a child’s education must only be affected by the wealth of the local school district.

·         Question 15

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The problems of providing adequate and high-quality education are not only local but are also state wide, and national in scope.

·         Question 16

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The America’s Health Potential Among Adults report lists all but one of the following statements as a factor of education as it relates to influencing health.

·         Question 17

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School budgets benefit when the country is in a period of deflation

·         Question 18

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The growing needs of education has had a dampening effect on the public resistance to taxes.

·         Question 19

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Which of the following groups would be at the greatest disadvantage when property taxes are used for funding schools?

·         Question 20

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The National Committee for Support of Public Schools, indicates that unemployment has an impact on social costs. In the following, identify the sentence that is not listed as one of the factors.

·         Question 21

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Adequate revenues provide the possibility of producing and guaranteeing a good educational program.

·         Question 22

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The population’s increasing mobility results in increased school costs

·         Question 23

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Schools in the private sector operate under the same set of theories and rules as those in the public sector.

·         Question 24

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The Dosomething organization lists areas that are affected by literacy. Which of the following is not included as a factor?

·         Question 25

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Which of the following is a reason for increasing costs in education?

·         Question 26

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Equality of education is a sound philosophy.  Many state courts have unequivocally supported state legislatures in providing educational opportunity for all students.

·         Question 27

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At present, equity for children can best be measured in terms of comparing the expenditures per child.

·         Question 28

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The report, Ready, Willing, and Unable to Serve, indicated 75 percent of those between the ages of 17 and 25 were unfit to serve in the United States military.

·         Question 29

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With regard to education, “high quality” has been able to be defined in terms that are measurable and acceptable.

·         Question 30

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Today, one of the great needs is for special financial consideration for large city and metropolitan districts where tax overburden has increased the unit costs of education well beyond those in average districts.

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